First Unitarian Church of Oakland

685 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 893-6129
Spiritually Alive, Radically Inclusive, Justice Centered
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Come, Come, Whoever You Are

All are welcome at our Sunday services.

Check out the newcomer section to learn more about us and plan your first visit to our church.

Standing on the Side of Love We intentionally welcome a diversity of ages, sexual orientations, races, gender identities, classes, dis/abilities, theologies and religious heritages.

Throughout the year monthly worship and learning themes support our spiritual exploration and practices.

This Week's Worship Service

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Eath Justice Associates

Sunday, November 2, 2014 (9:25 a.m. and 11:25 a.m.) - "The Earth, The Future, and Our Faith Community" Contemplative Worship at 9:25 a.m.; Worship Arts Celebration at 11:25 a.m.

Join Jack Macy and members of the Earth Justice Associates as they explore the current facts regarding climate change, ways communities of faith are addressing the challenge, and what this means for the people of this congregation.

Music by Half Dozen of the Other.

Joyful Noise band and singers will start the second service with three songs to begin worship.

Learn about our upcoming worship services

Calendar & News
  • Town Hall Meeting: What Comes After Rev. Ed's Interim Ministry?
    Following the second service, PCD District Executive, Joshua Searle-White will talk to us about what our options for ministry (in addition to Rev. Jacqueline) with the conclusion of Rev. Ed Brock's interim ministry this coming summer.  Josh will talk about our range of options -- from starting the search to call a new minister, to hiring a minister, to seeking a developmental ministry.  Come and learn, alongside the Board and the Transition Team, what all of these options mean, and what we should be considering as our next steps depending on the path that makes the most sense for our church.  
  • newFrequently Asked Questions Answered by the Transition Team  
  • Make your stewardship pledge online, or increase your pledge


What We Believe

Our faith - Unitarian Universalism - is a theologically liberal religious movement characterized by its support of a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.

Learn more about our beliefs in the Newcomer's section.

Or check Wikipedia's description of Unitarian Universalism.